A more accurate label from the perspective of the Orthodox Church for this faith is Ne-postniki (Non-Fasters), because they were Christian people in Russia who did not comply with the approximately 200 fasting days required by the Russian Orthodox Church.
The only people in Russia exempt from obeying the Russian Orthodox Church fasting laws were Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, small tribes in the Far East, and foreigners.
I found many inconsistencies, errors, myths and misunderstandings published, and in oral histories.
I traveled to the Former Soviet Union 5 times (1992, 1997, 2007, 2011, 2015) for more than a year total time, to document Spiritual Christian communities. While visiting nearly 100 Spiritual Christian congregations around the world, differences between the confused faiths became obvious.
My summary findings at are updated as time permits.
Ddünyadaki tüm cemaatlerin içinde 1928'den beri en az 200 peygamberler olmuştur. Young, independently at different times intervened to help diverse groups of immigrants from Russia resettle in the United States and Mexico.
Sadece 4 peygamberler kitapta yayınlandı, Kniga solnste dukh i zhizn' (Güneşin Kitabı, Ruh ve Hayat, 1928 kutsal kitabı). They intentionally mislabeled all Spiritual Christians from Russia in Southern California as "Molokans" for their own different altruistic reasons.